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Stephanie Agnes

Wonderspaces 2017

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Wonderspaces 2017

This past Saturday I headed to Mission Valley in San Diego to check out the newest Pop- Art Museum. Originally, this amazing art gallery was supposed to only be open from June till July but due to popular demand they extended their stay till August 27 2017. Be sure to check it out before it leaves/ SELLS OUT. The art museum features 17 different displays that were all really interesting to see. I got to take a lot of photos & made a video too! Enjoy!

Curious to see what I saw… Click the jump! Read On

Kathryn Adams

Review: Doctor Strange Vol. 3 – Blood In The Aether

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Review: Doctor Strange Vol. 3 – Blood In The Aether

After a rough month, Doctor Stephen Strange is having the week from hell. The attack by the Empirikul drained the Earth of most of its magic, destroyed Strange’s library of mystical books and artifacts, and left the Sorcerer Supreme to defend the world with not much more than scraps and spit. Worse, the enemies he’s made over the years have started to notice that the Master of the Mystic Arts doesn’t have much magic left, and several of them are fighting for the chance to kill him once and for all.

Oh, and he also gets trapped in Hell. Literally, the really-and-truly real Hell. One of them, anyway. That was Wednesday, and it’s not even the worst thing that happens.

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Guest Writer

Review – Logan Lucky

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Review – Logan Lucky

By guest columnist Caleb Luther.

Logan Lucky is a film that I’ve been looking forward to for quite some time now. From the look of the trailers, it definitely seemed like some weird offspring of an early Coen Brothers film like Raising Arizona. As we all know, that’s not a bad thing.

So did it deliver on that idea? You bet it did.

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Leland Pierce

Review: The Hitman’s Bodyguard

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Review: The Hitman’s Bodyguard

August is typically where the bad movies of the summer go to die. But some rise to the top and stand out among the late summer flops. The Hitman’s Bodyguard is one of those movies. It’s the buddy-cop action-comedy you need, with no cops in it. It’s full of action, all the funny you want, and it’s a real treat spending time with Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson. This is a great summer movie to end the summer with.

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Leland Pierce

Review: DuckTales

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Review: DuckTales

DuckTales is back and better than ever! It’s a rebooting of the original series that ran from September 1987 to November 1990, four seasons with a total of 100 episodes and a theatrical spin-off film, DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp. It was considered the best of the Disney Afternoon line-up that also included great shows like: Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers, Darkwing Duck and The Gummy Bears.

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Kathryn Adams

Binary System Podcast #93: Alice Isn’t Dead #10 “Why Am I Alive?”

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Binary System Podcast #93: Alice Isn’t Dead #10 “Why Am I Alive?”

Time for the season finale of Alice Isn’t Dead! As you can tell from the title, things get a little introspective and quickly turn very grim. We got to hear how Kesha met Alice (randomly), how they fell in love (quirkily and sweetly and not at all what Kesha had planned), and then how maybe, just maybe, it all might have been a lie.

Then Kathryn lightens the mood by talking about a very fun Board Games Night (if you’re curious, the games were Snake Oil, Codenames, and Mysterium, which you really need to try), and Elizabeth talks about how her hand-drawn Tarot deck is coming along, and did you know there’s a database of different Tarot decks?

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llyzabeth

New trailer for Rememory starring Peter Dinklage and Anton Yelchin

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New trailer for Rememory starring Peter Dinklage and Anton Yelchin

Early next month Rememory, a murdery-mystery-sci-fi thriller, will appear in select theaters, starring Peter Dinklage and Julia Ormond alongside Anton Yelchin (…that is never going to not feel weird and sad to see scenes he filmed years ago in a new movie..) but it will be available for free on Google Play on August 24. See below for the trailer and the official word from the studio.

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